Tell our readers a bit about yourself?
I do many other things, in addition to write. By day, I am a clinical mental health counselor, working with both children and adults, and I am a gym-rat; I lift almost every day.
Briefly describe your writing day.
Once quality time has been spent with my family, I settle down and write for a few hours. I’m nocturnal, so this works well.
What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
I talk to my characters and ask them what’s going to happen next in the story (I’m a therapist, so if it gets too weird, I can easily check myself into a treatment center).
Do you have a secret talent readers would be surprised by?
Not really a secret, but I’m also a singer, and have recorded songs in studios.
What is your genre?
Interracial romance, though I don’t intend to limit myself with the interracial aspect.
What was the best money you ever spent as a writer?
On my covers. Readers ABSOLUTELY judge a book by its cover and you get what you pay for.
What was your hardest scene to write?
Because I’m a romance novelist, the most challenging scene for me was an action scene, which included blood and death. It was challenging, but it was fun!
What is the most surprising thing about being a writer that you have found?
The support from others in my genre. By no means am I having a lonely experience. I have connected with other, well-established IR authors, and this really surprised me. I guess I just never thought I’d make author friends.
Is writing your full-time job?
It takes a lot (read: all) of my spare time, but it’s not my full time job.
How long have you been writing?
Since I was 14 years old. I still have the handwritten manuscripts on my bookshelf from way back then.
What can the readers expect from your next project?
Sexy wolf-shifters, passion, intrigue, and adventure!
Tell us about your latest release?
Here’s the blurb:
I did not tell her the truth about what I really am… The circumstances surrounding our introduction are unimportant. The only thing that matters is that Sasha Wilcox is my mate, and she belongs to me. A night of unbridled passion sealed the deal, but before I could tell her the truth, she was gone. Days have turned into weeks and there is no way I can be without her. I must find her and bring her back to me. No one will stand in my way, especially not the one man who things he can steal her from me, Stefan Miller.
I want him so badly, and I have no idea why…
The last thing I should be doing is thinking about Remi Moretti: the green-eyed Italian man who kidnapped me and held me hostage for three days in Tuscany. I want to say that I feared for my life while under his guard, but that would be a lie. The truth is, in a moment of… weakness, I gave my body to him. He set it on fire, but I escaped and now I need to move on with my life with Stefan, a great guy who will make a great boyfriend. But why do I crave Remi’s touch? Why do I smell his intoxicating essence every time I breathe? And why do I sense his presence, even though he’s in Italy and I’m in Miami?
Last What are you dying to tell me or talk about?
I love talking about my characters and their backstories. I think this aspect is what makes the stories more interesting and fulfilling for the readers. Creating round characters is essential to a good story. My work as a therapist helps tremendously, as I have an understanding of how complex the human psyche can be.
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